I’m working on a stadium design tool and I have calculated the c-value (a value that says something about sight quality) for a number of XYZ points in the stadium. Now, I want to create a 2D color plot using the X and Y coordinates for the location of these points, and the C-value that determines the color. To do so, i have found a time consuming workaround. I place simple disc-shaped 1-point adaptive components in a Revit project, and I write the c-value corresponding to that point to a parameter instance parameter called c-value. Then I use some color filters in the view to create the image I want (see attachments).
My question: is there a simple way to use some python script for creating such an output?
I came across this library (http://matplotlib.org/ ), but I don’t know exactly how to use it within a python script node, and where to locate the library on my computer, as I’m a beginner level programmer.
This example seems easy and promising for my purpose.
Hope you guys can help me out here!